|Birth Name:||DJ Law|
DJ Law was born in November 6, 1994 at Haines City, FL. He was born and raised in Florida.This football player rose his fame after appearing in the Nextflix Documentary Last Chance U.The show followed players from East Mississippi Community College where he was a running back from 2014 until 2015.DJ Law is famous being associated with UAB football. DJ Law UAB has lots of fans in his fan club.
DJ played football for his High School team at Haines City High. In 2016, he was signed to University of Alabama at Birmingham’s football team. He was associated with John Franklin III who was one of his East Missisippi Community College teammates and Last Chance U co-star. Last Chance University most popular layer DJ Law UAB is transferring,taking his next chance somewhere else.
Last Chance U is a documentary series produced by Netflix. This series mainly focuses on the football program happened at East Mississippi Community College.
The title of the series refers to the fact that many of the players recruited to play at EMCC have been removed from Division I rosters due to academic or disciplinary issues. They had had their “last chance” to prove themselves and return to Division I playing at the JUCO level.
The first season showcased the 2015 American football season and was released worldwide on July 29, 2016. Netflix had to return for a second season followed by the EMCC Lions in their 2016 season, which was released on July 21, 2017. The third season will be filmed in 2017 at a different school: Independence Community College in Kansas.
‘Last Chance U’ star D.J. Law is leaving UAB, Blazers coach Bill Clark told Al.com.
A talented running back DJ Law UAB was the driving force behind the East Mississippi C.C. offense. DJ Law faced both health and academic hurdles at UAB after signing with the school following a season chronicled by the hugely popular Netflix documentary.
According to AL.com, DJ Law qualified at the star or the fall semester, but wasn’t on the spring roster. He battled a knee injury and tried to maintain academic ineligibility.
But that apparently didn’t stop him from making a positive impression on Clark.
“I think his knee is going to be in good shape,” Clark said. He came in here behind the 8-ball academically. He’s done a solid job. He really just had a lot to overcome. I think we got his knee well, so we’re trying to make a decision. Is it NAIA or (professionally in) Canada?
“He’s our guy,” Clark said, “and we’re going to stay with him.”
DJ Law as one of the top junior college entered his sophomore season at EMCC became an offensive players in the country. But after a big start, Law injured his knee, and while he returned from the injury a few weeks later, the team’s season ended after Law was cheap-shotted and EMCC was seen tagged for brawling with its opponent afterward. As the lone season (so far) on ‘Last Chance U’ concluded, then-academic advisor Brittany Wagner wondered aloud whether Law would find a way to dedicate himself in the classroom and make it to the next level.
DJ Law faced too much difficulty for an uphill climb between the grades and the nagging knee injury. But he did eventually qualify.
The second season of ‘Last Chance U’ is due for this summer.
Being an American rugby player, DJ is estimated to earn around $25,000.